- Radio talk show host in Denver was fired during his show after criticizing President Donald Trump.
- Craig Silverman hosted the conservative radio show on Craig Silverman, who said he fired him after broadcasting a segment on Roy Con, a ruthless lawyer who became famous after being introduced to the Trump family in the 1970s.
- Silverman wrote online after his termination that he rejected Trump's "party line" and called "things as I see them."
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The Denver talk show host was fired during his Saturday program after criticizing President Donald Trump.
Craig Silverman hosted the Craig Silverman Show which aired on Saturday morning at 71
The output also noted that Silverman's program was no longer listed on the station's website.
In response to a tweet of support, Silverman wrote online Saturday that he rejected Trump's "party line."
"I cannot and do not want to do Trump's strict party line," Silverman wrote on Twitter . "I call things the way I see them. I see corruption and screaming dishonesty on the part of the president and his comrades. I also see the harassment / smearing of American heroes with the courage to swear an oath and tell the truth. Their courage inspires me."
Joe Walsh, a longtime Conservative figure and Republican presidential hopeful in 2020, wrote on Twitter that Silverman was a "great, honest voice on the radio" and his shooting was "pathetic."
– Joe Joe Walsh (@WalshFreedom) November 17, 2019
The incident happened one day after Silverman posted Facebook status, praising former US envoy to Ukraine Marie Jovanovic as "American Hero" for impulses at the impulse hearings against Trump.
Later in the post, he asked listeners to tune in to his broadcast for "an independent analysis of the most important events of our time" and that they were "ready to be challenged."
Fox 31 reported that Silverman is scheduled to appear on CNN's media-centric show "Reliable Sources" on Sunday morning.